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[forums]Re: That's it....I'm done (sorry, non-Dead)
Posted by William Tell on Dec 7, 2014 2:15pm into GratefulDead
I have to stand w SDH hereabouts; I have been defending "comprise" as "to include" rather than as a synonym of "compose", since 1973 (while Monte was recording...I was reading Strunk and White, where this tragic faux pa was outlined in detail...ahem). Seriously, the next thing you know, "data" will be both plural and, DARE I SAY IT???!, singular. Holy Crap! It already happened...bastards! Hang tough, SDH! Resist the inclination; fight the good fight! It ain't pretty--it's not purile...meth......

[forums]Re: I find that the most vocal generally have the least faith.
Posted by William Tell on Mar 31, 2014 8:53am into GratefulDead
No haven't; I was only drawing the humor/tragic connection between the low success rate discussed previously hereabouts, the fact that the typical 12 step is "religious", and the suggestion the latter could help w "too much religion"... A triple play, methinks? Regardless of your take on it all (I for one, dearly hope the success rate goes UP, and soon, no matter WHAT method you adopt!), it seemed funny, in a tragic sort of way... ;)...

[forums]Gloria!
Posted by AltheaRose on Mar 26, 2014 5:43am into GratefulDead
Happy late birthday to a smart, ornery, world-changing person of the 60s -- Gloria Steinem, who still rocks at 80. So I'm bringing out some Glorias, of course. (What, you thought Jack Straw? Loose Lucy? Methinks not.) Melk Weg comes on like a freight train. I like the Miller version; you can really hear the bass (even on crappy laptop speakers): https://archive.org/details/gd1981-10-16.sbd.miller.110351.flac16 If you haven't heard this one (or even if you have), I think the best way to real......

[forums]Re: Keeping it light on a Sunday morning.
Posted by William Tell on Jan 26, 2014 1:55pm into GratefulDead
Not sure, but the ol Irishman might be suggesting that if we viewed it as such, then we'd declare "war on it!", and perhaps approach it differently...? On the other hand, our "war on drugs", "war on terror", haven't gone according to plan, whereas the undeclared "war on education" has been a bit more "successful", methinks(the outcome of the religious right taking some power; unstated as such, but clear in action). ;)...

[forums]Re: Semi-Dead: The Real Debate
Posted by craven714 on Jan 8, 2014 7:10am into GratefulDead
I was getting ready to send the same footage. F-ing hilarious. What is the next state??? I would go with NY or ORE. AZ ond OH are under dictation, so I don't see it happening anytime soon. But it certainly is nice to see the ball (bowl) rolling. Mayne NM? I donno. They need to tighten up on the drunk drivers there before legal weed methinks...

[forums]Re: Newsworthy, non-Dead, but Boston, close enough....
Posted by William Tell on Dec 5, 2013 10:05am into GratefulDead
I think BD's point might--might--have been that the folks we elect are often not so much elected by "us" per se, as by $$, and the folks that control that, to which the elected "officials" are beholding to, are pretty obviously about on par with the royalty of jolly ol England ~ 200 BP. ;) Methinks, anyhoo; but, your pt stands, and any comparison of the two times as somehow parallel are absurd. I will say that what you do have to appreciate about the times (200 yr BP) is that it was the wealt......

[forums]Re: Our Forum: The Vince Years?
Posted by William Tell on Dec 2, 2013 7:11am into GratefulDead
Yes, I think so...classic timeline, if true. Rats. Another of those events that strike a bit too close to home; but, I will say one that stands in stark contrast? The small comfort I take in knowing you were reading along this thread...having been laid up for the past week (the correlation between my level of immobility and posting efforts is 0.98, methinks), ck'ing in here more frequently, I accept the Forum has changed dramatically over the yrs we've been showing up (you and I started that ......

[forums]Re: Mason's Children-What do you think?
Posted by William Tell on Nov 29, 2013 7:39am into GratefulDead
Hmmm, methinks the REAL Cliff H would know this...and though well south of the usual tune-a-fish (Bob) banks, Florida is right down the Gulf Stream... Here's to ya, if it is you......

[forums]Re: What is your point:
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 5, 2013 10:03am into GratefulDead
Methinks yes. This post obviously is backing up the display by the team members. Seems folks here are just looking for an excuse to curse folks out. You squid-bastard....

[forums]Re: A Trip To Maine Helps Ease The Pain...
Posted by William Tell on Jun 13, 2013 10:19am into GratefulDead
Like craven, for some reason this is extremely entertaining (the image it conjures). And, as everyone knows by now, yea, for the record? Yes, I think it is in part because I think of "our" delicate little Rose in "that" way (no you drooling idiot, craven; not THAT way, but 'that' way...as in 'IT' vs 'it', methinks). Simply, that she represents the fairer Forumite relative to the rest of us prehominoid sorts of XY oddness (currently consumed by others of our ilk whacking each other w sticks, a......

[forums]Re: Night of the Living Dead/Ed Wood
Posted by klewsew on Jun 3, 2013 4:29am into feature_films
Methinks certain mind-altering chemicals were introduced at the intermission. Or earlier. And later. Do "guerrilla" drive-in's have intermissions?...

[forums]turn your speakers down and then UP
Posted by craven714 on Mar 27, 2013 9:50am into GratefulDead
Pretty well put Sir William: But methinks its mountains out of mole hills. Wanted ~ "enough already" Summary: (turn speakers down) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eGJOqMHsDI enjoy some food: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPvH1vSYXCg Now turn speakers UP: http://archive.org/details/gd1968-12-29.sbd.miller.80197.sbeok.flac16 Bottom line~ no wonder CLIFF left. I miss him :(...

[forums]Re: Rich - RBNW Troll, Why Did You Repost Nicely, Erase, and then Act Like a Troll?
Posted by William Tell on Mar 27, 2013 8:21am into GratefulDead
Hmm, methinks you need a little help w your statistics...allow me. ;) Seriously; I think you make a valid pt that Rich can be abusive, but it's NOT many--in fact, it's because it's a consistent few that it stands out so clearly. He's been called to task on it by them, and by others, including me, but in the end, the one big difference is Rich does post a DEAD related post now and again, and though generally it's about some lame ass 80s show that he attended, w his overwhelming, Skobud like "y......

[forums]Re: Dire and Tell (unimportant, obviously...)
Posted by user unknown on Mar 20, 2013 12:01pm into GratefulDead
Careful of thy tongue, sir. Methinks thou dost visit "Never Never Land" as well....

[forums]Re: Weir here starting soon!!!!
Posted by William Tell on Mar 14, 2013 7:15am into GratefulDead
Yeah, I am of the mind that they basically would have imploded because they wouldn't have been able to "make" the appropriate decision...ie, fire him and Bob (har, har) and move on...well, it's a hypothesis of mine, anyhoo. Seriously. Classic Jerry/DEAD--unable to make the move that is necessary, they would have just spiralled down, down, and out. If you think of the 72-74 explorations of the DEAD as not for Pig, imagine his response to 75-77!?! Methinks this turtle suite is just too fricking......

[forums]Re: 'You Have The Right To...
Posted by craven714 on Feb 20, 2013 12:12pm into GratefulDead
'I had the right to remain silent....... but I didn't have the ability" ~ Ron White Thx for the rec. Gonna have to wait til a proper Hi-Fi (post-work) with this one methinks. These comp speakers just might blow up into flames. Does the AZ state patrol take PAYPAL? Good luck with the involuntary 'conjugal visit'. They call me tater salad......

[forums]Re: What Your Favorite Dead Song Says About You
Posted by William Tell on Feb 11, 2013 10:49am into GratefulDead
Yeah, reading it over, this totally flubs w early era stuff. STrangely, I think most of us here could do much better with it, but the author represents the lesser known (to us) variety of latter-era heads I am always wondering about (methinks). EG, StSt--voted most popular repeatedly, but is that only here and at deadhook? IE, those that really got "it" as opposed to those that only faked "it"? (by defn, those that came later couldn't have gotten "it", if you believe in "it")......

[forums]Re: Deadheads Dancing
Posted by micah6vs8 on Jan 31, 2013 4:52pm into GratefulDead
Maybe a certain someone on the left... I think I recognize both folks on either side of her as well, esp. the lady on her right. Oh no! Domestic dispute!~ D. totally disagrees. Hair not red enough & too tall. I still think the dress is a dead (sorry) giveaway. D. rec. both folks on either side of her as well and the tall guy in blue on the right. She was dancing with them at that show (and most shows) so maybe she gets the benefit of the doubt......

[forums]Re: Rose? Are you there....?
Posted by William Tell on Jan 12, 2013 12:58pm into GratefulDead
Holy Pune! Methinks the XX contributors hereabouts now realize how utterly harmless I am...nonetheless, a Rob sighting could lead us spiraling off in every which way, eh? ;)...right back at ya ... On a diff note, assume u saw the sad news bout bryanE? One of the nice guts here......

[forums]Re: Sorry, Donna. This one's too easy
Posted by user unknown on Oct 11, 2012 12:12pm into GratefulDead
Sir, methinks you have underestimated the raw, destructive power of '74 playing testicles-in-a-vise screeching ala Bob Weir. Or, was that just the sound of Bobby and Donna making love/fighting?...

[forums]Re: What in the world ever became of sweet Jane? Since she had a sex change you know she isn't the same
Posted by craven714 on Sep 19, 2012 10:42am into GratefulDead
Thats funny stuff AR. Quite acute per usual for you. But you forgot the fact that even after a sex change, womens feet are shorter so that they can stand closer to the sink. Did the doctors factor that in? Methinks not. Some say thats why god made them that way... jokes my friend...jokes. I like your take on it though Theory, even (snaggle puss voice)...

[forums]Re: Dylan's 'Tempest' , somewhat Dead related
Posted by BornEasement on Sep 12, 2012 11:00pm into GratefulDead
I had a better feeling than you. The use of really archaic soundscapes for the intros on Duquesne Whistle and Soon After Midnight (is that Mono, excepting the Vox?) really adds a great dimension to his already quite cluttered toolbox. But, backtracking a bit to respond to your comparisons: Bob's command of music theory has, since "Love and Theft", clearly exceeded anything he had going on in the early days......

[forums]Re: I am an idiot, so may I please annoy everyone and post a list of my uploads of the last 50 days? My reason isn't purely egomania....
Posted by Mr_Winky on Aug 5, 2012 11:11pm into classic_tv
Thou dost protest too much, methinks. It's not a campaign of hatred. I don't know the man. He certainly doesn't need my assistance to look like a jackass. I think that was a Freudian slip on your part. However, as someone who does a LOT of volunteer work in my community, I tend to side with the staff who volunteers over impatient and rude individuals. Now go home and take a laxative. You write as if you need an enema, dude....

[forums]Turnabout is fair play......
Posted by Mandojammer on Jun 14, 2012 12:30pm into GratefulDead
I didn't quite pee myself, but I did spit coffee out my nose at the pencil eraser comp...... We all need professional intervention methinks....

[forums]Re: should Romney court Deadheads like Obama did?
Posted by AltheaRose on Jun 1, 2012 1:03pm into GratefulDead
Well, Jerry clearly wasn't a fan of Reagan. At the very end, from about 21:29: Brent: Last thing before we close, do you have a message for America? Jerry: Um, ah, take care of yourself, everybody stay calm -- um, for god's sake, don't vote for actors anymore. http://archive.org/details/gd87-01-01.sbd.unknwon.23067.shnf On the flip side, Barlow was an active Republican for some time; I think he was instrumental in Cheney's early election, in fact......

[forums]Re: Sorry gang...chain gang...
Posted by William Tell on Apr 6, 2012 1:43pm into GratefulDead
Hey, if I had to apologize for every screw-up of mine hereabouts, there wouldn't be room for anything else, ya know? Hell, if Rob hadn't given me back my password, I shant have been able to chime in today...no one noticed (or were too over-joyed to post about it methinks?) that I haven't posted for days due to misbehavior of some sort (well, it sounds reasonable...? Nah, only skies would've gone for that). Probably feels like months, eh? Women posting safely, youngsters unafraid of proclaimi......

[forums]Re: R.I.P. Jim Marshall
Posted by barongsong on Apr 5, 2012 10:36am into GratefulDead
I think or should I say (methinks) he quite possibly invented the number 11 according to mythical lore....

[forums]Re: TDIH 91'
Posted by barongsong on Apr 2, 2012 1:03pm into GratefulDead
Dude you forgot about the trust-a-farians who with the help of Bob-o-Wier and Princess Leshia tried to encase Jerrys Solo into a block of pure Thick Air and what's more if it weren't for O'BK3pio and his band of Jedi Wookies there would be no way one could touch your head to your hippy during a Death Star into Corrina jam, methinks. Just sayin is all....

[forums]Re: This one is for William Tell -so is this one
Posted by user unknown on Mar 5, 2012 8:26am into GratefulDead
methinks we hath lost the wordsmith...

[forums]Re: RIP Andrew Breitbart
Posted by William Tell on Mar 2, 2012 10:53am into GratefulDead
"WWRHW?" And how many of us would over-interpret it, with great flair and dare I say, melodrama? ;) [Methinks we'd be able to go on, and on, and on about it, eh?]...

[forums]Re: 8/5/79 Oakland Complete Video(s)
Posted by user unknown on Feb 15, 2012 6:21am into GratefulDead
Thanks. Fun watching Bobby trying to be a "rock star" during Mississippi Half Step. He musta taken dance lessons, and watched Pete Townsend some more after that show. Methinks he could be charged with dancing while spun This post was modified by user unknown on 2012-02-15 14:21:08...

[forums]Re: Some Family Pride & Joy - personnel
Posted by micah6vs8 on Feb 10, 2012 2:10pm into GratefulDead
Methinks there may not be a statue of limitations on that event. It seems to have huge hairy legs as the media would say. E- And that would be personal, not personnel in the thread title. Nothing like misspelling thread titles to make you feel stupid. This post was modified by micah6vs8 on 2012-02-10 22:10:50...

[forums]Re: Not even close.
Posted by user unknown on Dec 30, 2011 5:36pm into GratefulDead
Methinks thou dost protest too much. My reply to your original post was in no way a personal attack on you, nor was it supportive of Richard Nixon. I quoted him for the irony that even after he has been dead for 17 years, people are still kicking him around. And even after I was attacked, I have attempted to, as they say, "take the high road". Though I am sorry you find me to be a "whiny contemptible person", I can assure you I will lose no sleep over the situation......

[forums]Re: I Like Donna
Posted by William Tell on Dec 10, 2011 1:58pm into GratefulDead
Methinks it's neither Mtn Girl nor Donna. Based on my many--er, make that 5--photos of MG, and 74-79 experience with DG. I won't bore you with lengthy explanations of my multivariate statistical analysis that was used to draw this conclusion, but suffice it to say it carries all of the weight and and is based on all of the strong inference methods that I use in all of my definitive posts hereabouts. But, that's all I got--really just a knee jerk assessment....

[forums]Re: I know what I'M doing this weekend
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Nov 23, 2011 9:01am into GratefulDead
"However, methinks (!) that you want the attention because it fills a void in your otherwise meaningless existence..." it's not that i really want the attention, i just don't mind it. i understand that my conduct and attitude is going to prompt a fair amount of attention. it's always been that way. i'm opinionated, i stand up for myself, and aren't afraid to speak my mind. this is bound to bring some amount of attention and controversy, and i'm used to it, and perfectly fine with it as well......

[forums]Re: I know what I'M doing this weekend
Posted by bluedevil on Nov 23, 2011 8:30am into GratefulDead
Or perhaps Cliff has posted here for many years and has taken the time to give very detailed ratings of shows, using the Robert Parker wine scale methodology, [http://www.erobertparker.com/info/legend.asp], as well as numerous top 10 lists and other breakdowns (check out his Europe 72 posts), so that he has gained credibility with many because when it comes to the GD it's obvious that he knows what the fuck he is talking about and doesn't post just to post and draw attention to himself......

[forums]Re: Best live album ever?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 19, 2011 5:36am into GratefulDead
Any time I can bring a little light into you dark and dank life, I am happy. I too have Travels spinning for the first time in a while. I love rediscovering the classics. Methinks its time to take some time off from the boys. With the whole 72 release I've been devoting a little too much time on them. This may be the perfect nudge to give others some time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XYkcNmdQu0...

[forums]Re: Cactus of the Day...
Posted by William Tell on Nov 8, 2011 11:35am into GratefulDead
You got that right; anyone that recognized so early on that "extinction happens, deal with it", and that if you stick to your guns, you can be condemned, rectified, and finally deified, well, you've seen how that's worked out for me hereabouts... Right? "Saint William Tell"; hmmm, abit too much redundancy methinks. For a change of subject, contemplate this 9 ft tall barrel cactus while considering his teachings......

[forums]Re: S P F C CS MF & Ts
Posted by Arbuthnot on Nov 6, 2011 9:50pm into GratefulDead
hmm, methinks i have to disagree; for example, i can listen to a band or piece of music and absolutely find it unappealing, but even if i loathe it, i can still (if applicable) recognize the quality of the musicianship and give a nod of respect if the talent is there; the same i cannot say for comedy; if i don't find it funny/amusing/comedic, nothing is left for me to quantify; gallagher is a case in point, i have never even slightly found him funny, and most (98% at least) so-called hollywood '......

[forums]Fantasy First Set
Posted by grendelschoice on Oct 13, 2011 2:19pm into GratefulDead
Apropos of nothing, but eliciting "just exactly perfect" fantasy first sets. Only criteria was to get it all to fit on one CD (80 mins.) Your criteria may differ, as obviously would song choices/shows. But here's mine, and it's pretty sweet, methinks: Jack Straw 10/29/77 Deal 10/30/77 They Love Each Other 5/19/77 Cumberland Blues 4/8/72 Cassidy 10/12/83 Althea 5/8/80 Scarlet Begonias>Fire on the Mountain 5/21/77 Playin' in the Band 5/11/72 Venue: Tie: Red Rocks/Alpine Valley I await yours w......

[forums]Re: Terrapin and Fire and ... ?
Posted by William Tell on Sep 28, 2011 8:26am into GratefulDead
"FUBAR"? Ye of military associations methinks--laughed out loud, almost, thinking of you saying this on a regular basis. At work? Just around the kids? ;) I will say that having used BoR at wakes, the slower, very sentimental version by Robert his-self Hunter, solo, in which the lyrics are easily understood by "non heads", is better in such settings, as the DEAD version, great as it is, is a bit too upbeat (to be played toward the end, when everyone is well into the drinking/celebratory pha......

[forums]Re: Labor Day Movie Recs/ What's Yours?
Posted by William Tell on Sep 1, 2011 1:23pm into GratefulDead
What???? No Shane? A little too recent in its bias, methinks... 294 just can't all be relevant....

[forums]Re: Song--smoke/break--song--smoke/break/tune
Posted by William Tell on Sep 1, 2011 6:36am into GratefulDead
Yeah, he was most active during the breaks, and often stopped as he started playing, whether finished or not...he did sometimes stick it in the neck of the guitar, like you see so many do, but rarely did he or those guys end up being able to retrieve it during the song, IMHO. And, he didn't seem to go for the corner of the mouth dangle approach either. BTW, I think you might want to re-examine your post (re: "boobs") as it was posted under the "wrong" poster, methinks? A very nice gal, as it ......

[forums]Re: 8/23/71 UPDATE
Posted by snow_and_rain on Aug 28, 2011 10:05pm into GratefulDead
"All of which shows us either how many AUD tapes were made back in the day that were never traded or circulated, or how many liars there are out there...." Methinks it's the latter. Give it up, Kochman. You did not see the Dead in 1971, much less tape them. You weren't even alive. There's no shame in having seen your first show in 1994. What exactly is it that drives you to spin this web of lies?...

[forums]Re: Visual Art by Jerry and Others
Posted by AltheaRose on Aug 8, 2011 5:06am into GratefulDead
This is too funny ... I want one! (OK, not at $6500.) Pretty neat stuff, and certainly varied ... Now for Mickey ... Hmmm, harder to see, but there's a bunch on the Weir Gallery link. Methinks someone's been taking lessons in between meetings of the Smithsonian board and all. Darned overachiever. Bill in a strange mood ... Btw, here's a lone example of some work by Jerry that I think is oversaturated, etc......

[forums]Re: The Other One 1976-1979
Posted by William Tell on Jul 28, 2011 5:31am into GratefulDead
Ah, time for a DEAD related post, methinks...have to do something productive now and again, eh? Having been there for many of these, my thought @ the time was how diff they were from 71, the only ones I'd known, and now, how diff from 68 & 69 that I love dearly...I always assumed it was a combo of Jer & tempo, overall...ie, his guitar tone & lack of frenetic energy. When I read posts of this sort, I wonder if you two don't see it that way...? IE, do u view the songs as fundamentally similar, ......

[forums]Re: Republicans Prefer RatDog
Posted by William Tell on Jul 21, 2011 11:12am into GratefulDead
Excellent news! IE, by extension, my poor taste in all such matters allows the slim chance that I are a good persona. I am defn "gratis". Etheral, and sublime; methinks. Poor speller though. How did this transition to third person self analysis?...

[forums]Re: TDIH 1974
Posted by TOOTMO on Jul 21, 2011 11:11am into GratefulDead
"The vocals may be slightly faint on this recording" Methinks, you did not have Donna's contribution at the 2:15 mark in Playin' in mind when you wrote that. She sounds downright baby-labor angry. TOOTMO...

[forums]Re: Mind numbing stupidity
Posted by snow_and_rain on Jul 20, 2011 1:42pm into GratefulDead
I choose not to believe you because you are obviously lying. Let's take a look at your second-ever post here as "Jacky Hughes," Rob. http://www.archive.org/post/285700/your-top-ten-shows-by-year Here it is: "Methinks, someones been doing too much lurking at the lost sailor's pub by the looks of it Dennis." If that isn't a Rob Kochman post, then I'm Lenny Hart. Anyone who ever visited your now-dead website can see that, Rob. What is it that you expect to gain from all of this half-assed subt......

[forums]Re: Dark.Starz
Posted by William Tell on Jul 9, 2011 3:31pm into GratefulDead
Ha! LiA makes a joke at the Forum!? Methinks? ...

[forums]Re: I guess this place doesn't wash off so easily...
Posted by William Tell on Jul 8, 2011 12:09pm into GratefulDead
Wait a minute, Toots; were you the one that commented on "methinks" so long ago and its use hereabouts? Either way, if you really use that term in such a context, I think that's a highly amusing aspect of how this place has crept into your life (unless you weren't, and you did use that word commonly before arriving here...I, on the other hand, defn use that word now much more than before). Any of that make sense? I would say the biggest indication of how this placed has impacted my life would......

[forums]Re: I guess this place doesn't wash off so easily...
Posted by TOOTMO on Jul 8, 2011 5:36am into GratefulDead
So your using it as sheer torture? Nice. When faced with a "he/she got more" budding tantrum, I only have to say, "Why, methinks, that reminds me of a parable Jesus told about a vineyard and its workers," and all thoughts of fairness turn to escaping my parable-ating. TOOTMO...

[forums]Re: Favorite US Blues?
Posted by Arbuthnot on Jul 5, 2011 4:58pm into GratefulDead
roadtrips, 2.3 ... yup, you KNOW i have that one ... time to give it another listen (methinks)...

[forums]Merriweather 6- 30 - 85
Posted by micah6vs8 on Jun 30, 2011 12:07pm into GratefulDead
Columbia, MD is around 100 miles south of Hershey, PA, and again you drive through some beautiful country getting to Columbia. You really don't even have to touch the Beltway too much. (I don't know if Maryland Staties are still the same.) With a Saturday off in between Hershey and Merriweather, and so few miles to drive, I wonder what folks did? Too many Civil War sites around for me to resist. The venue is located in Symphony Woods, which I think is a cool name......

[forums]Re: A Twist on 'Fire On The Mountain'
Posted by user unknown on Jun 21, 2011 2:33pm into GratefulDead
"better than Marshall Tucker's original" "Borderline sacrilege" methinks you may be "One Toke Over The Line" Mando but the Iron Horse cover is very good and I thank you for the link...'cept now I'm gonna hafta find me some moah This post was modified by user unknown on 2011-06-21 21:33:21...

[forums]Re: Denver Coliseum 11/21/73
Posted by snow_and_rain on Jun 19, 2011 6:57am into GratefulDead
Methinks he doth protest too much....

[forums]Re: Scotts Miracle-Gro Getting Into The Pot Biz
Posted by snow_and_rain on Jun 14, 2011 10:31am into GratefulDead
Methinks that MiracleGro has most likely had a hand in many a small plot o' pot over the years, whether he knows it or not!...

[forums]Re: The Grateful Dead Channel on Serius?
Posted by TOOTMO on Jun 6, 2011 12:48pm into GratefulDead
You, sir, methinks, be's an outlier. I'll bet 95% of the VW-heads wouldn't even know where your name comes from (of course, I may be mistaken (I'm relatively young, ya know)). TOOTMO...

[forums]Re: hi
Posted by cosmico on May 17, 2011 8:13pm into noisecollector
What about S^D? Methinks with everyone here, you're gonna need to get a bigger shrine, Splue....

[forums]Re: You've changed
Posted by cosmico on May 15, 2011 5:31pm into classic_tv
AR is a neighbor to AZ? Ummmmm...!? Methinks there are a couple of states in-between. A long drive. ;) Watch out for Splue, though. Splue can teleport, I'm told....

[forums]Re: Happy 4/20 to one and all!
Posted by Jacky Hughes on Apr 21, 2011 1:15pm into GratefulDead
Mistaken identity I think (note definitely not 'methinks')....

[forums]Re: Oh, FEEL that 'hidden' Feminine polarity. Feel it and embrace it! This is True.
Posted by Jacky Hughes on Apr 15, 2011 9:31am into GratefulDead
"The 'methinks' quote is a steal from Shakespeare and references past forum history, you silly fucker." Doesn't make it any less pretentious though, daft lad. This post was modified by Jacky Hughes on 2011-04-15 16:31:02...

[forums]Re: Oh, FEEL that 'hidden' Feminine polarity. Feel it and embrace it! This is True.
Posted by robthewordsmith on Apr 14, 2011 2:22pm into GratefulDead
The 'methinks' quote is a steal from Shakespeare and references past forum history, you silly fucker. And I'm not the Rob skobud is referring to - do us all a favour and engage what passes for your higher thought processes before hitting send on your manufactured outrage, you posturing poltroon....

[forums]Re: Oh, FEEL that 'hidden' Feminine polarity. Feel it and embrace it! This is True.
Posted by Jacky Hughes on Apr 14, 2011 1:16pm into GratefulDead
Yeah right. Methinks ? Pretentious moi ? Hucker lecturing people about humility ? Please ! This post was modified by Jacky Hughes on 2011-04-14 20:16:35...

[forums]Re: Oh, FEEL that 'hidden' Feminine polarity. Feel it and embrace it! This is True.
Posted by robthewordsmith on Apr 12, 2011 2:55pm into GratefulDead
The Seamons doth protest too much, methinks....

[forums]RTs...#? Who knows...May, 1970
Posted by William Tell on Apr 8, 2011 7:19am into GratefulDead
Well, as those of you that were "there" (one of those moments you'll never forget, eh?) when I pseudo-retired can attest, this was the last DEAD item I purchased, but never got around to...til this past week while on a Road Trip of a different sort, with one son that loves the acoustic DEAD, that noticed this was "new" and "unused" on the Wall of DEAD. So, we listened all the way thru for the first time......

[forums]Re: In London He Did Dwell: 3/13/81
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Apr 5, 2011 6:58am into GratefulDead
Lets not get started on the whole "methinks" thing again. As for Strangelove, that should be required viewing for any student of recent American (or even World) History. Incredible social commentary on the times. ...

[forums]Re: In London He Did Dwell: 3/13/81
Posted by William Tell on Apr 5, 2011 6:37am into GratefulDead
Insightful are you, indeed...appear it could; mirrrumph, myruph, yes...classics. Mine or I help you not. "Methinks" is right up his alley...and this is just too easy to feel quite comfortable with it all. I asked kids about LawofArab, and none had seen it (class of 20 somethings). Much less DrStrgeLv....I think I will assign them for biological homework....

[forums]Re: Smith wins Troll-boy of the Year award
Posted by direwolf0701 on Mar 16, 2011 11:52am into GratefulDead
it does appear miraculous that this ship continues to stay afloat. were this forum ship to have a shape, methinks it would be far more "barge like" than say a pleasure yacht. ...

[forums]Re: copyright 1999 at 11 seconds in so...
Posted by cosmico on Feb 28, 2011 4:14pm into opensource_movies
Methinks this Daniel Lazar guy is a serial copyright violator!...

[forums]Re: blenders, doors, bleach, and kak & ack
Posted by cosmico on Feb 28, 2011 12:41am into movies
Methinks i should change my name to c0sm1c0 just for you and Saducimus. altho I don't want to confuse my cat. When I said ACK! I was actually thinking of those big brained Martians talked in the movie MARS ATTACKS. Did you ever hear of the Berkeley Barb newspaper, or was that before your time? I used to read it for laughs and shudders in the mid-70s. This post was modified by cosmico on 2011-02-28 08:41:57...

[forums]Re: Weird dream I had last night...
Posted by AltheaRose on Feb 6, 2011 8:33pm into GratefulDead
Except for Cassidy. And Space. Theme set list, eh? Then methinks it was really a Furthur show. (Furthur in Asia! Finally! But that would make it MY dream ... ) This post was modified by AltheaRose on 2011-02-07 04:33:42...

[forums]Re: Weird dream I had last night...
Posted by unclejohn52 on Feb 6, 2011 7:46pm into GratefulDead
Methinks that was the point, if you check the entire setlist......

[forums]Re: Grateful Dead library cards to be issued by DHS?
Posted by direwolf0701 on Jan 13, 2011 1:57pm into GratefulDead
methinks Monte is more paranoid than a Greenpeace activist worried about being seen at a sushi bar. (never read more doom-and-gloom posts from one forum member than his. oh well - entertaining reading at times, kinda like oh-um-oh-whatever's)...

[forums]Re: Top Ten Geniuses Of All Time!
Posted by user unknown on Jan 12, 2011 2:22pm into GratefulDead
methinks it may have been that other Tesla he was talking about ...

[forums]Re: Watering the Garden
Posted by micah6vs8 on Jan 4, 2011 9:58am into GratefulDead
Upon further review, methinks your instincts are right , B. Haven't we seen this pattern before? Same old song and dance? 'If you plant ice you're gonna harvest wind.' Indeed....

[forums]Re: TDIH (1969) - French Suite No. 3 in C Minor 'Allemande'> Yellow Dog Story
Posted by unclejohn52 on Dec 11, 2010 12:46pm into GratefulDead
Methinks you're mistaken - Woofgang Mozart...

[forums]Re: WT for El Presidente
Posted by William Tell on Nov 9, 2010 2:48pm into GratefulDead
Ha--well, if elected, my platform will be one of strict regulation of the flow of "information" (termed used loosely) starting with posters that have conversations with themselves (I am confident after scanning the above that this is almost certainly what's going on, eh? When no one else bothers, "point/counter point" all on your own is a nice time waster methinks). Nonetheless, given the backlash (oh brother) this will induce, I think that security will have to be even more of an issue: in a......

[forums]Re: Election Day U.S.A 2010 non-partisan
Posted by William Tell on Nov 2, 2010 1:04pm into GratefulDead
Yeah, but I knew he was talking about me...if I am anything, it's redundant. Comes from teaching, methinks: best lecture plan is to tell them what you are going to tell them, tell them what you want to tell them, then remind them of what you told them, all within 41 minutes or less. Notice I how many times I inserted "Tell" in the above? Is that a subtle marketing ploy or what?...

[forums]Re: re.a thread with not a thing to do with CM
Posted by TOOTMO on Oct 27, 2010 7:53am into GratefulDead
Methinks, you went to grammar school with skies, nah?? TOOTMO...

[forums]A few moments with the Laird of Skye
Posted by micah6vs8 on Oct 21, 2010 9:40am into GratefulDead
With that thread title Methinks nothing ( directly ) to do with the GD . Enjoy , http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE8YLPHZImw&;feature=related The vid is mislabeled . It is the Laird on his estate with a kindly assortment of fellow players . None however from his renown JT . ...

[forums]Re: Streaming Pollution?
Posted by William Tell on Oct 14, 2010 11:41am into GratefulDead
Are you kidding? You won't scare anyone away methinks; why, there have any been threads about Nyquist frequencies (Noise Collector, of course, was involved!), which I had to learn about while analyzing various animal calls and such, back in the days of the Analogic Waveform Analyzer, which was "must have piece of equipment for acoustic analysis of the animal kingdom, costing ~ $15k, in 1979 when I (well, the university) got my first one...of course NOW, a simple program like Canary costing ~ $1......

[forums]Re: Brent Mydland
Posted by William Tell on Oct 7, 2010 4:27pm into GratefulDead
Here you go: http://www.archive.org/post/271768/the-complete-terrapin-station-suite-all-9-tracks-help-needed Gotta scroll down to find my first entry, and then HFlow, Rob, and SDH all chime in (at my defense, I think? Yeah for the Forum Tag Team, rah, rah. etc., etc.). It was actually an extended debate over the defn of "melodrama" which shortly became a word almost as popular as "methinks" round these parts......

[forums]Re: the troll is at it again
Posted by johnnyonthespot on Sep 29, 2010 12:09pm into GratefulDead
hmm connection? USED to be mine too. Used to be High Flows too.But you're no longer there right Tell? Where did you live? And I thought Rasta was on the Penninsula. guess not. I thought he was moving to Reno. I know it's sm2les stomping grounds. I've seen several different troll names give that away which makes me think ( or methinks if you will hahah ) that it's the same person This post was modified by johnnyonthespot on 2010-09-29 19:08:07 This post was modified by johnnyonthespot on 2010......

[forums]Re: Just stopping by to say hello!
Posted by micah6vs8 on Sep 17, 2010 3:34pm into GratefulDead
" Missed you too Sweet William .. " Methinks a weekend just made .... I know , f off . edit - Holy Batman you were PO'ed below . Just don't send me any Fed Ex , same day packages that say , " Open immediately and carefully . No one else should be in room . " This post was modified by micah6vs8 on 2010-09-17 22:34:35...

[forums]Re: Is there a 74 show you would NOT recommend ?
Posted by TOOTMO on Sep 10, 2010 4:24pm into GratefulDead
Methinks, you are being mighty generous. I, too, do not have time to dig through the Clifffiles but I have never gotten the impression that it was only hindsight that made Dennis feel that way about 80's show---but perhaps I am mistaken. TOOTMO...

[forums]Re: How to Meet and Greet
Posted by William Tell on Sep 8, 2010 12:47pm into GratefulDead
I noticed you right away, Junior; esp cause you were more of a kid than I thought could be true...meant in only the most positive fashion I might add. "If we aren't warping young minds, bending them to our own world view, there just really isn't much point in droning on now, is there, eh?" Words to live by methinks....

[forums]How to Meet and Greet
Posted by micah6vs8 on Sep 8, 2010 9:59am into GratefulDead
Just out of curiosity , what do you think are some words / themes / phrases that would get a career in , IA GD forum posting , off to a rousing start ? With either the worst opening post behind us or more likely a little gobliny troll pinprick , I am just wondering aloud (IA). I came in with my first post in a general thread about 'what are you listening to now' . Thank-God I didn't embarrass myself ......

[forums]Re: Dick's favorite Scarlet>Fire (TDIH)
Posted by unclejohn52 on Sep 2, 2010 12:21pm into GratefulDead
methinks micah was being sarcastic, or better, ironic. What better irony than the flim-flam man scaring people into fleeing to gold in his own self-interest....

[forums]Re: Maggies Farm
Posted by JodyC on Aug 28, 2010 12:36pm into GratefulDead
Greeting Will Tell. No new job yet but the pre employment testing seems prevalent these days and in this market theres no way I can or will lose a job offer I want becuase of a failed test. Assuming there is no random testing once employed, methinks I'll emjoy the best of worlds and smoke less (I had ct back pretty substantially as it was with a couple one hits 3-4 days (nights) a week) and enjoy it more......

[forums]Re: best GD 'icebreaker' (no, not American Beauty)
Posted by AltheaRose on Aug 22, 2010 7:26pm into GratefulDead
What about Europe '72? There's a reason it's the best-selling live Dead album. The overdubs may be kinda cheating, but they do take care of the offputting vocal issues for unacclimated ears -- and, really, is there anyone who can't like that China Rider?!? Or try Hundred Year Hall. Disc one: Bertha, Me and My Uncle, Next Time You See Me, China > Rider, Jack Straw, Big Railroad Blues, PITB, Lovelight (hmmm, 19 minutes of Pig ........

[forums]Re: So what DON'T you like about em'?
Posted by TOOTMO on Aug 19, 2010 11:59am into GratefulDead
The heck you say. Methinks, nothing so tasty as a Samba>Liberty>Samba samich----I only wished they had had the sense to spread some "France" on that Samba bun. Find me a version from '68 and I will never again tread past the Johnson white house. TOTMOO ...

[forums]Re: Non Dead (well, except for Shackleton): Hey Rob, are you thinking what I'm thinking?
Posted by William Tell on Aug 14, 2010 8:29am into GratefulDead
Anyone that puts Coke in a drink can kiss my Irish...well, decorum demands I refrain, but I mean really. I am all for the democratic, "do what you like" sentiment expressed by our fellow forumites above (Rob?!? Rob backs off and bows down to the Queen of do what you feel? Shocking...sad too...methinks), but this has gone just too far. And you can call it a "Ringo" if you like, but that's gonna move him out of the top 100 drummers for certain!...

[forums]Re: Jer's pal Vassar says 'I never could talk, so we'll just play'
Posted by barongsong on Aug 13, 2010 10:21am into GratefulDead
Thanks DHM, that was a great history lesson for me on one of the greats. One of the main reasons I still hang around this place..... methinks....

[forums]Re: how many of these....
Posted by Dudley Dead on Aug 13, 2010 8:11am into GratefulDead
Just Mystery Tour, and Ya Yas . I should have the Crosby album, but , to my shame, have never got around to getting it . And really I don't think is is so bad a cover, methinks this is alittle "hippie bashing", and it is easy to take shots at David Crosby ....

[forums]Re: quote of the day
Posted by deadpolitics on Aug 5, 2010 10:04am into GratefulDead
What I see here is Sustainability in action, a deep Love for the Fruits of one's own Labor, and an exhilarating Understanding of Biodiversity. The harvest cornucopia colors are gorgeous! Up here on the 45th parallel we are jealous of the length of your growing season. Methinks our berries are a bit happier for the cooler temperatures though. My friends from school (McGill University) have started a student-run ecological garden on campus with funds from the Sustainability Fund (0.50$ paid ......

[forums]Re: Supercilious Heavy Death , TAG # 4
Posted by micah6vs8 on Aug 3, 2010 10:38am into GratefulDead
Yeah , I have tried to email . But it is on my part . It's not a big deal > Social , a question , and a laugh . But rob , lets not be coy . Just as this is more than a GD forum , Methinks you are a tad more then a smartass w/ an attitude . Those folks are a dime a dozen . And usually boring . ...

[forums]Re: TDIH 1976
Posted by micah6vs8 on Aug 2, 2010 2:57pm into GratefulDead
ducats , Methinks transferred , or taped by you ? edit - I love when you have these threads dmax . Thanks . This post was modified by micah6vs8 on 2010-08-02 21:57:53...

[forums]Re: Why we're here / Come on Ring
Posted by micah6vs8 on Jul 23, 2010 8:35am into GratefulDead
You are going to be driving by ? On the day of the show ? By Bridgeport, CT , out of all the other places on the planet / country to drive by ? Methinks the door might somehow be open here . I don't know . That's a mighty coincidence . Let me know if you want Deb's # , so you and yours can have a smooth in and out w/ tics & parking . I am only staying for Furthur myself . Deb & her gal pals are on the week - end plan . Ring......

[forums]Re: Jerry biopic in the works
Posted by William Tell on Jul 22, 2010 5:02pm into GratefulDead
Ha--I caught your ref the other day to the "vein thing" and I couldn't agree more...what price fitness, methinks?...

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